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cayemites is/are an Islands located in Grand-Anse State in the North Peninsula of Baraderes in front of Pestel


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cayemites is/are an Islands located in Grand-Anse State in the North Peninsula of Baraderes in front of Pestel. Cayemites is a beautiful place please come to visit us. We have a lot to offered and the people there are very friendly. Cayemites became a quarter communal in 1988 thank to a group of people who fought tirelessly to make that happened. But today, we still strive with the lack of education and health care for the people. Cayemites has about 20,000.00 habitants. Its inhabitants are spread out among Anse à Macon (Capital 5,500), Pointe Sable (3,800), Anse-du-Nord (1,300), Herbe Gunnee (350), Nimpalmiste (1,000), Boukan Philippe (780) Nancajour (60), Bayer 150), and other places like Fontasse, Norme-zo, Nancalimttre, Guayavier, Norme Cabrit, Bremour, Nampointe-balle...... On some of the islands there is limited agriculture, especially of corn, sugar cane, fruits. The lack of arable land and the low rain fall make it very hard for the farmers.
The other islands are not so fortunate. Observers witnessed some of the most difficult living circumstances in Haiti. In spite of this gloomy picture, the future bodes well for the Ilands of Cayemites once development finally arrives. Its inhabitants feel forgotten and anxiously long for better days. Once Haiti's tourism industry revives, the Ilands of Cayemites are perfectly poised to offer up their beauty in exchange for development. With adequate facilities, these islands can be a major drawing card.

For more information, you can contact us by phone at 423-383-1796, or by E-Mail at Neglakay@ilescayemites.com
From left to right the first picture is Anse-blanche, the second one is Anse-A-con and the third I stood up under a coconut tree in Pointe-sable the second Village in Cayemites Haiti.



From left to right the first picture is Anse-blanche, the second one is a sea shell, and the third is Anse-Atrezor in Cayemites Haiti.

The first picture is Pointe-Sable the second village in Cayemites, the one in the middle is a papaya tree, and the last one is Kevin Presy.



The first picture is Miss. Micou she was visiting Cayemites. the other pictures are a banana garden in Cayemites.
We met these three young men in Nampalmiste Cayemites Haiti. The picture in the middle is a young child playing with a crab, and the last one is sugar canne.  
The first picture is livestock, and second one I sat down under a manioc tree, and the last one a piece of manioc fresh from the ground.  

I am in Anse-blanche at one of the most beautiful beach in Haiti, and Anse-blanche is located in Little Cayemite Haiti.

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